[E-Book]: What you should do in the following situations? Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid


 

The Muslim may be faced with a number of emergency situations in his life, where he needs an immediate answer as to how he should act in that particular situation. In most cases, however, it is not possible to look for or ask about the appropriate Islamic rulings at that time.

 

This proves the importance of learning about Islam and knowing the rules of sharee‘ah, so that when a Muslim needs this information, he will have it at hand and will thus be able to save himself or his Muslim brother from doing something haraam or making a mistake. In so many cases, ignorance can lead to corruption of worship or – at the very least – acute embarrassment. It is unfortunate that an imaam may mistakenly stand up for a fifth rak‘ah, and there may be nobody in the congregation or the mosque who knows what the rulings of sharee‘ah say should be done in such a situation. Or a traveller who is intending to perform umrah may come to the airport at the last minute, and suddenly discover that he has forgotten his ihraam garments, but he has no time to do anything about it, and there is nobody among the Muslim in the airport who can tell him what he should do in this emergency. Or a man may come to the mosque on an occasion when the prayers have been joined together because of rain: the congregation is already praying ishaa‘ but he has not yet prayed maghrib, so he is confused as to what he should do. In such a situation the people may embark upon a debate based only on ignorance, and so confusion will reign in the mosques. In many individual and personal matters, ignorance may lead to embarrassment and even sin, especially when a person is in the position of having to make a decision and he does not have sufficient knowledge on which to base that decision.

 

People in this world have prepared information telling people how to behave in emergency situations: what to do if fire breaks out, if someone is drowning, if a scorpion bites, if there is a car accident, if someone is bleeding or has broken a bone… All of these first aid procedures are well known; they teach them to people and hold special courses. How much more important is it, then, that those who are concerned with the Hereafter should learn and teach the rules of this religion!


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Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid

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Concept of peace and tranquility in Islam [PDF] by Shaykh Abdullah Naasir Rahmaani


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Transcription and Translation: Abu Taymiyyah Reformatting and Publishing: al-Mustaqeem Publications
[This article was translated and transcribed from a lecture delivered by the Shaykh with the same title.]

 

Shaykh Abdullah Naasir Rahmaani

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The Advice [to Indian Salafis]: Reviewed by Shaykh Wasiyyullaah ‘Abbaas


The three fundamental principle
The Advice

 

 

This advice is aimed mainly at two or three categories of people.

 

Firstly, this is an advice to those who are already affected by this fitnah, so that it may serve as a mirror to see their own faults, and they may then seek to rectify them by Allaah’s permission. We believe that there could be amongst them those who are sincere, but have fallen prey to this fitnah out of ignorance, so we hope for them that they are guided.

 

And as for those who choose to be stubborn and reject sincere advice, we warn them to fear Allaah and His punishment, as they are playing with the deen of Allaah.

 

 

Finally, this is also an advice to Ahlus Sunnah in general so that they can be aware of this danger that lurks within them; so that they can know the signs by which the people of this deviation can be recognized, and save themselves and others from falling into this fitnah, by Allaah’s aid an permission.
Important: The intent of this advice is to identify a problem/disease and to treat it in the best manner, and this is from having concern and mercy for one another. So let us look into our own selves and correct ourselves if required. And let us refrain from saying “so and so was intended by this advice”, as this kind of speech does not bring about benefit and promotes chaotic behavior.

 

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Shaykh Wasiyyullaah ‘Abbaas

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